Disclosure

The Multi-Disciplinary Income Fund is classified as a diversified fund. Investing in a diversified fund does not ensure a profit or protect against loss in a declining market.

You should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of the fund carefully before investing.  For a free copy of the fund’s prospectus, which contains this and other information, you may click here or call us at 1-800-930-3828.  You should read the prospectus carefully before you invest.

The Fund statistics have been calculated for the past five years.

The Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index is composed of the Barclays U.S. Government/Corporate Bond Index, Mortgage-Backed Securities Index, and Asset-Backed Securities Index, and includes securities that are of investment grade quality or better, have at least one year to maturity, and have an outstanding par value of at least $100 million. The Barclays U.S Corporate High Yield Bond Index is composed of fixed-rate, publicly issued, non-investment grade debt. Both Barclays indices are trademarks of Barclays Bank PLC. An investor cannot invest directly in an index.

Distributions by the Fund are subject to change and may discontinue at any time without notice.

The Growth of $10,000 chart illustrates the performance of a hypothetical $10,000 investment made in No Load Class shares commencement of operations (2/11/08). It assumes reinvestment of capital gains and dividends. This chart is not intended to imply any future performance.

Holdings are expressed as a percentage of total net investments and may vary over time. Equity holdings are subject to change, and may not be indicative of actual market position due to the use of call and put options.

The Top 10 Sectors displayed represent a percentage of the net assets and excludes cash equivalents and other assets in excess of liabilities. For purposes of calculating the top percentage holdings of the fund, the top 10 equity and fixed income holdings are valued at their applicable market value. Fixed Income Statistics include details on instruments held directly by the Fund and do not include securities which may be held within a portfolio owned by the Fund.

Assets represent the total net assets for the specified portfolio, which includes all fund classes.

The Gross expense ratios listed are as of 12/31/2019 as reported in the 4/29/2020 prospectus. The Fund’s adviser voluntarily agreed to waive management fees and reimburse fund expenses so that net annual fund operating expenses do not exceed certain levels, not including acquired fund fees and expenses (AFFE), through May 1, 2021 and may be discontinued at any time by the Fund’s adviser after May 1, 2021.

*Number of Positions are calculated such that all securities issued by one issuer are counted as one position.

Definitions:

Beta: A statistic that measures the volatility of the fund, as compared to the overall market. The market’s beta is set at 1.00; therefore a beta higher than 1.00 is considered to be more volatile than the market, while a beta lower than 1.00 is considered to be less volatile. It is important to note that a low beta for a fund does not necessarily imply that the fund has a low level of volatility, a low beta signifies only that the fund’s market-related risk is low.  The Beta has been calculated for the past five years.

Standard Deviation: A statistical measure of portfolio risk used to measure variability of total return around an average, over a specified period of time. The greater the standard deviation over the period, the wider the variability or range of returns and hence, the greater the fund’s volatility. The standard deviation has been calculated for the past 5 years.

Up Market Capture Ratio: A statistical measure of an investment manager’s overall performance in up-markets. The up-market capture ratio is used to evaluate how well an investment manager performed relative to an index during periods when that index has risen. The up-market capture ratio has been calculated for the past five years.

Down Market Capture Ratio: A statistical measure of an investment manager’s overall performance in down-markets. The down-market capture ratio is used to evaluate how well or poorly an investment manager performed relative to an index during periods when that index has dropped. The down-market capture ratio has been calculated for the past five years.

Sharpe Ratio: A statistical measure that uses standard deviation and excess return to determine reward per unit of risk. A higher Sharpe ratio implies a better historical risk-adjusted performance. The Sharpe ratio has been calculated for the past five years using the 3-month treasury bill for the risk-free rate of return.

Turnover Ratio: A measure of how frequently assets within a fund are bought and sold by the managers represented over a one year period.

Allocation Box: The allocation box has been created by Kinetics. The horizontal axis of the box is divided into three investment style classifications: Value, Core (a blend of Value and Growth) and Growth. The vertical axis is divided into three categories based on individual company size: large, mid and small. Generally, the 400 largest companies in the U.S. are considered Large, the next 1000 largest are Mid and the remainder are Small. Classifications made by Kinetics are for representative purposes only and may change at any time without notice.

Delta: A statistical measure relating the changes in an option’s price to price changes of the option’s underlying security.

Average Put Option % Moneyness: % moneyness refers to a put option’s strike price relative to the price of its underlying security in percentage terms. The average put option % moneyness is the average % moneyness for the option exposures weighted by each option’s % of notional exposure. In-the-money (ITM) refers to a put option with a strike price that is above the underlying security’s price. At-the-money (ATM) refers to a put option with a strike prices that is equal to the underlying security’s price. Out-the-money (OTM) refers to a put option with a strike price that is below the underlying security’s price. For example, a put option that is 5% OTM has a strike price that is 5% below the underlying security’s price and a put option that is 5% ITM has a strike price that is 5% higher than the underlying security’s price.

Annual Distribution Yield: Represents a fund’s distribution made to shareholders of the No Load Class over the past 12 months divided by the No Load Class NAV of the last business day of the period. The distributions consist of income and realized capital gains, and may include return of capital if shareholders of record at the time of the distribution were provided with such notice. The Fund’s investment advisor has voluntarily agreed to waive management fees and reimburse Fund expenses. The Annual Distribution Yield would have been lower if not for the Fund’s voluntary waivers. The Annual Distribution Yield does not reflect a sales load/charge, which, if applied would lower the yields shown.